Planning for Retirement

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SEIU 775 Secure Retirement Plan (SRP) is the first retirement plan for caregivers in the nation. Your SRP account will help you save more money for retirement and it’s free for you! All the money in your account comes from your employer, not your paycheck.

See how much money you might have by the time you retire using the Retirement Calculator on Retirement: My Plan. Log in to estimate your balance today!

Understand your Options

Your SRP account is a great foundation for your retirement, but is also meant to be just one part of your retirement income. Many people choose to add to their retirement by opening an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) or collecting Social Security.

Here are some options for you to consider:

Social Security

Almost every American worker can get Social Security benefits in their retirement by making payroll tax contributions. If you qualify, you get monthly Social Security payments starting as early as age 62. Not everyone gets Social Security, like some Parent Providers, but you may still qualify for a spousal benefit if you are married.

Learn more about Social Security and estimate your possible benefits.

Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs)

Opening an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) is an easy way to save more money for your retirement – on top of what you get through your SEIU 775 Secure Retirement Plan (SRP). You can open an IRA yourself with as little as $5 through Washington’s Retirement Marketplace, a trusted retirement partner.

The money you add to your IRA will earn interest and add up over time. 

Why open an IRA?

  • It’s just $5! It’s easy and affordable to open an IRA.
  • Your money grows over time. Even if you can only put a small amount of money in your IRA each month, over time it can add a lot of money to your retirement.
  • Have many sources of retirement income. The SRP is only one source of income you have when you retire. Saving your own money through an IRA can help you retire more comfortably.

Learn more about opening an IRA through Washington’s Retirement Marketplace, a trusted resource.

Personal Savings Accounts

Opening and contributing to a personal savings account is another important part of retiring. Saving as little as $5 each month can make a big difference by the time you are ready to retire.

Washington’s Retirement Marketplace

Many people do not have access to retirement plans because of the cost or because finding the right plan for your lifestyle can be confusing. For those who need help choosing a low-cost retirement plan, Washington’s Retirement Marketplace is a good place to start.

Washington’s Retirement Marketplace is a secure website where you can compare Washington state-verified, low-cost retirement savings plans.

Learn more about retirement plans available to you through Washington’s Retirement Marketplace.


If you have questions or need language help, call a Secure Retirement Representative at 1-800-726-8303.

Time Is Your Best Savings Friend. Watch How Your Money Grows!

Secure Retirement Employers

Employers that contribute to the retirement fund:

  • • State of Washington (Individual Providers)
  • • Addus HomeCare
  • • Amicable HealthCare
  • • Catholic Community Services
  • • CDWA
  • • Chesterfield Services
  • • Concerned Citizens
  • • First Choice In-Home Care
  • • Full Life Care
  • • Korean Women’s Association
  • • Millennia
  • • ResCare Human Services a.k.a. BrightSpring/All Ways Caring
  • • All Ways Caring